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.....Australia we can’t do anything about because Tony Abbott is in office until after the December 2015 conference. So that means you all have to guard Tony Abbott’s back. Because the Turnbull faction, in conjunction with the UN, will be doing their absolute level best to remove your elected Prime Minister from office before the end of his term and , in particular, before the end of 2015, so that they can get 100% wall-to-wall Marxist agreement.He also noted that, at the Canadian Elections (October 19th) David King, the Chief Scientistic adviser to the UK Government, and a member of the Climate Change Task Force announced:
.....there are two standouts. One is Canada. But don’t worry about Canada. They’ve got an election in the Spring of 2015 and we and the UN will make sure the present government is removed. He was quite blunt about it.The result so far: UN half victory - one standout removed (Malcolm Turnbull replaces Tony Abbott as Australian PM); and three weeks to see if they gain their second victory.
Canadians beware. They are after you as the last stand out.
The US and Al Gore has many links to Goldman Sachs.
- Barack Obama, a popular young politician whose leading private campaign donor was an investment bank called Goldman Sachs;
- The carbon-credit market is a virtual repeat of the commodities-market casino that’s been kind to Goldman;
- (Goldman Sachs) owned a 10 percent stake in the Chicago Climate Exchange, where the carbon credits were traded;
- Al Gore started up a company called Generation Investment Management with three former bigwigs from Goldman Sachs - Asset Management, David Blood, Mark Ferguson and Peter Hanis.
(Turnbull) joined Goldman Sachs & Co in 1997 as Chairman of its Australian business, becoming a partner of the global firm in 1998. (LINK)
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- Karel Van Miert - 17 January 1942 – 22 June 2009) was a Flemish politician of the Different Socialist Party -Van Miert was an international advisor to Goldman Sachs.
- António Mendo de Castel-Branco do Amaral Osório Borges (18 November 1949 – 25 August 2013) was a Portuguese economist and banker. He was a Managing Director and International Adviser of Goldman Sachs. In November 2010, Borges was appointed Director of the European Department of the International Monetary Fund.
- Mario Monte -16 November 2011 – 28 April 2013- was sworn in as Italian Prime Minister on 16 November 2011 -He was an international advisor to Goldman Sachs.
- Lucas Papademos - is a Greek economist who was the Prime Minister of Greece 2011-2012
- Mario Draghi, Mario Draghi is an Italian economist, manager and banker who succeeded Jean-Claude Trichet as the President of the European Central Bank on 1 November 2011; In 2014 Draghi was listed as the 8th most powerful person in the world by Forbes. In 2015 Fortune magazine ranked him as the world's second greatest leader. Draghi was vice chairman and managing director of Goldman Sachs International
- William C. Dudley is the president of Federal Reserve Bank of New York and vice-chairman of the Federal Open Market Committee.Dudley worked at Goldman Sachs from 1986 to 2007, holding the position of chief economist for ten years before he was hired by then-president of the New York Federal Reserve.
- Otmar Issing is a German economist. As the former Chief Economist and Member of the Board of the European Central Bank (ECB) Issing developed the 'two pillar' approach to monetary policy decision-making that the ECB has adopted. Since 1 January 2007 he has been an international advisor to Goldman Sachs.
- Peter Sutherland - Ireland’s former Attorney-general. In May this year he ended a 20 years stint as chairman of Goldman Sachs International.
- Petros Christodoulou Deputy Chief Executive Officer of theNational Bank of Greece and General Manager of the Public Debt Management Agency of Greece. In 1987 joined Goldman Sachs, working as Head of Money Markets Trading in Goldman Sachs London (1987–1988), and Head of Provincial Bond Trading at Goldman Sachs in Canada.